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One of the biggest names in country music during the 1970s and 1980s, Ronnie Milsap was a multi-Grammy winner for such rootsy, soulful hits as "It Was Almost Like a Song," "(There's) No Getting Over Me" and "Stranger in My House," as well as 33 other chart-topping country singles. A gifted vocalist who could adapt to nearly any musical type, Milsap's versatility granted him access to the pop and adult contemporary charts as well, granting him crossover status for the better part of two decades. Though his chart hits ran dry at the dawn of the 1990s, Milsap's vast library of hits, which included 35 No. 1 country singles, kept his music in the public consciousness, as well as a popular concert attraction for audiences across the United States. Milsap's talent for recognizing and interpreting quality songs for multiple audiences made him one of the most accomplished popular music artists for over four decades.

One of the biggest names in country music during the 1970s and 1980s, Ronnie Milsap was a multi-Grammy winner for such rootsy, soulful hits as "It Was Almost Like a Song," "(There's) No Getting Over Me" and "Stranger in My House," as well as 33 other chart-topping country singles. A gifted vocalist who could adapt to nearly any musical type, Milsap's versatility granted him access to the pop and adult contemporary charts as well, granting him crossover status for the better part of two decades. Though his chart hits ran dry at the dawn of the 1990s, Milsap's vast library of hits, which included 35 No. 1 country singles, kept his music in the public consciousness, as well as a popular concert attraction for audiences across the United States. Milsap's talent for recognizing and interpreting quality songs for multiple audiences made him one of the most accomplished popular music artists for over four decades.

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